Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently being detained has taken the Nigerian federal government to a State High Court seated in Abia state, over the gross violation of his fundamental human rights. ayokinews.com reports
In the new lawsuit filed by Nnamdi Kanu, the Nigerian Federal Government, the Nigeria Army, the Department of State Service (DSS), and the Nigerian police are respondents in the suit.
In an (8) eight-point-prayer, Nnamdi Kanu requested that he’s allowed to exercise his fundamental human rights as enshrined in the constitution and also demanding that the court stop his trial currently ongoing at the Federal High Court in Abuja (FCT).
He further asked the court to mandate the payment sum of of 5 billion naira (N5,000,000,000) by respondents to him so as to help cushion the physical, mental, emotional, psychological, and other damages suffered by him during the course of his arrest and detention.
The court adjourned the case till the next hearing slated for September 21, in the Abia state capital, Umuahia.